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dosoner

trance, again............

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taucher

 

dj mystik

 

 

space girl

 

pulsar crew

 

 

 

 

i should just turn into a raver.

 

 

komega knows the deal. dj anolog what!

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Got quite a bit of late nineties sh*t on wax... Dave Clark used to be pretty ill. Some of the Boscaland stuff was aight too... Ruffnek records used to have some nice artists on it's label.

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Guest BROWNer

i put trance right up there with pop and country...

i'd like to roll into a rave, commandeer the

sound system and make their ears bleed

with a full volume barrage of merzbow:o

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my city is so flooded with trance djs its sick. i mean 5 out of 9 kids in high school spin trance. i fucking hate trance.

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Guest --zeSto--
Originally posted by inkjunkie34

will the mods please start banning people with rave influenced posts?

 

HAHAHAHA right on.....

 

but dont be so quick to shut down breaks and drum'n'bass.

but trance... Is the whitest, most souless thing ever created by the Germans for that alone.... blah

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There was a time long, long, ago that trance was a cool medium of music to spin, but as I said. that was long, long, ago....:idea:

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Originally posted by T.T Boy

my city is so flooded with trance djs its sick. i mean 5 out of 9 kids in high school spin trance. i fucking hate trance.

 

this is a factual statement, and its likely to get worse before it gets better.

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Guest --zeSto--

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO for boogie....

 

yes Breaks is the last rhelm of decent, creative, progressive electronic music... but drum'n'bass is no where near the evils of trance.

Now that Goldie, Aphex Twin and Massive Attack have drifted away,

the shit's on again. Ram Triliogy!

 

what about 2step? Is say Re-re-wind, crowd say BO!.. selecta

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I hate "Nu-Nrg" breaks.

 

It's like bad trance recycled.

 

and dubya.... not it's not about techno... it's about trance.

That's my pet peeve. People say all electronic dance is techno.

It's not! Real techno would be insulted!

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For me it has to be hard ghetto breaks, or funky breaks. Like on the Ghost and Frank Nitty steez.. Dont sleep on virus records or bad company

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bah....i scoff at stagnant drum and bass

it went from well structured tracks to complete shits, its nothing but the same recycled drum patterns and some distorted broken bassline, that shit was done and perfected from 95 to 98 (no u turn, metalheadz, what???)...after that its a lot of tiresome imitation...ohhhh, look at me, i have an amen coupled with a hovering bassline...wow, original, with the exception of omni trio who seemed to have stayed away from that "lets break our equipment and then plug it in to see what kind of noises we can make" sound....if i was british id call rubbish....wait, my moms side is british...rubbish

 

enough raver chat

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i've heard an album's worth of omni trio, i can't remember which one, but

to me that was some severely uninventive boring ass unspectacular music, dnb

or not. 95% of any genre is the shits. concentrate on the 5% groundbreaking inventive original schtuffs.

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Most of you admit that trance hit it's musical peak in the late 90's.. so what's wrong with still listening to some of that older ish occasionally ??

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Guest GorbortOrman

Some trance is alright, Id wrather listen to some minimalistic shit like: Pan sonic, Fuse/Plastikman, that shit is ill. Squarepusher and aphex twin are dope...

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Guest imported_El Mamerro

It's funny, although I agree with Boogie's description of drum n' bass, I still fucking love it to death. There's something about that specific texture of sound, the rhythm it carries, and the rawness of it that just seems to have carved out a niche in my brain as the specific type of music that gets my machinery moving. Even though when I'm working, reading, drawing, or doing anything that requires calculated thought, I like to listen to more complex shit like Aphex or Scud, when I really need to get my energy going it's all about blasting hard two-step by Bad Company or Panacea.

 

Other kinds of lyrics-based musical genres, with the exception of some hip hop, aren't cutting it for me anymore. As for trance, it's not my shit, but for some reason it sounds fun when you're drunk and in a car. I think the reason I dislike it is because it's so damn easy to listen to, and so mathematically formulated to sound perfect. I mean, it's pretty amazing that it can do that, but I prefer to listen to stuff that challenges my brain and ears.

 

Browner, hook me up with suggestions on challenging, noisy tracks to download. Beer,

 

El Mamerro

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Originally posted by dosoner

taucher

 

dj mystik

 

 

space girl

 

pulsar crew

 

 

 

 

i should just turn into a raver.

 

 

komega knows the deal. dj anolog what!

 

dj mystik is ok <--reps cali

 

dj tiësto is better, and so is ferry corsten.

 

i can go on about trance because i also like trance :D

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